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    Hello guys,

    IObit Malware Fighter v7 is under development. Welcome your suggestions and feedbacks for the new version. All your words are valued.
    IObit Support Team --
    If you're happy with our products, please tell your friends, families and colleagues about IObit and IObit products! We'd be very grateful!

  • #2
    Does IMF currently have any feature for integration with mail clients to identify false message header information? I know this is not it's intended use; however identifying spoofed or alias in the headers would be a welcome addition for businesses. For example, if a business smtp should read iobit.com but the message is coming from xyz.com, IMF could flag the message as suspicious if there were real time scanning depending on the integration. This may obviously require more of a deep dive than Iobit wishes to go into for IMF but it may not. It's a thought.
    Another thought would be different skins.
    IMF portable version to be used as a rescue disk?

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    • #3
      Hi Guys,

      It would be a great add for the product for the next version or versions , a VPN, a sandbox to execute unkown files/processes, a built-in firewall or a firewall manager.

      Good Luck with the development.

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      • #4
        Hi, you can add another engine to new Malware Fighter. It would be best if you add Kaspersky engine/cloud alongside current Bitdefender engine, for maximum protection, or some other good antivirus engine, maybe Avast or Avira. I think it would be top-notch product then.
        Last edited by dok69; Jan. 3rd, 2019, 16:24.

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        • #5
          Fix kernel-mode driver vulnerability,malware can inject .sys handler and terminate IMF processes

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          • #6
            Originally posted by njazrael71 View Post
            Does IMF currently have any feature for integration with mail clients to identify false message header information? I know this is not it's intended use; however identifying spoofed or alias in the headers would be a welcome addition for businesses. For example, if a business smtp should read iobit.com but the message is coming from xyz.com, IMF could flag the message as suspicious if there were real time scanning depending on the integration. This may obviously require more of a deep dive than Iobit wishes to go into for IMF but it may not. It's a thought.
            Another thought would be different skins.
            IMF portable version to be used as a rescue disk?
            njazrael71, sincerely sorry for my late reply. Thanks so much for your precious suggestions and I will report them to our product team for consideration. Sounds good. Cheers.

            IObit Support Team --
            If you're happy with our products, please tell your friends, families and colleagues about IObit and IObit products! We'd be very grateful!

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            • #7
              fvmb, sincerely thanks for your suggestions. You said a lot of other user's voice.

              dok69, thanks for your sugegstions. I have reported to our product team as others have the same voices

              @ Fix kernel-mode drive, do you mean IMF can not work if you have kernel-mode driver.

              IObit Support Team --
              If you're happy with our products, please tell your friends, families and colleagues about IObit and IObit products! We'd be very grateful!

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              • #8

                Originally posted by Cicely View Post
                fvmb, sincerely thanks for your suggestions. You said a lot of other user's voice.

                dok69, thanks for your sugegstions. I have reported to our product team as others have the same voices

                @ Fix kernel-mode drive, do you mean IMF can not work if you have kernel-mode driver.
                Nope,for example download portable process hacker(it has own kernel-mode driver),and terminate IMF process,you will see success termination

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by killerguy View Post



                  Nope,for example download portable process hacker(it has own kernel-mode driver),and terminate IMF process,you will see success termination
                  True, i tried and also with normal task manager IMF process has been terminated. Iobit Malware Fighter 7 should have any self-defense agains malware that can terminate his processes.

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                  • #10


                    Originally posted by fvmb View Post

                    True, i tried and also with normal task manager IMF process has been terminated. Iobit Malware Fighter 7 should have any self-defense agains malware that can terminate his processes.
                    Yeah,excluding core processes,normal task manager able to terminate processes,but malware with kernel driver able terminate it too,you should include protection against injection

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                    • #11
                      Hello guys, i read in texnologia the best things about it IObit Malware Fighter v7 and actually since the day I bought it I am very satisfied with his performance

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